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Barbara Byrne Denham

Barbara
Byrne Denham
Economist,
Reis Inc.
Articles
apartment market
How Demographic Changes Have Impacted the Apartment Market and How They Have Not
Data on households shows that non-family households have grown at a disproportionately faster rate than family households.
The Outlook is Positive for Affordable Housing
For the next few years, the affordable vacancy rate is expected to remain flat while the multifamily vacancy rate is expected to drift upwards due to the high level of construction underway.
self storage growth
Self-Storage Sector Maintains Steady Growth
Demand is expected to hold steady as users grow accustomed to storing their goods.
Are Millennials Having a Noticeable Impact on the Office Market?
Metros with the highest population growth rates for the 20-to-34 age cohort were generally mid-tier markets.
How Apartment Amenities Have Changed over the Years (and What This Says about the Target Tenants)
What can be analyzed in the Reis new construction data is the shift in amenities that landlords have included in their new buildings over the years.
Has the Apartment Market Hit the Inflection Point?
New supply has exceeded demand for eight of the last nine quarters.
The Drop in Oil Prices Has Had a Negligible Impact on CRE
The impact of lower oil prices on commercial real estate markets has largely been indirect thus far.
Will the Upcoming Election Affect Job Growth and/or the Real Estate Market?
Does the political party the president belongs to determine job growth and real estate demand?
A Forward Look at Retail Construction
New retail development is finally beginning to happen, but there should be enough demand for new product in the next several years.
Back to School: How Per-Bed and Per-Unit Student Housing Properties Differ
Fundamentals in the student housing sector advanced at a healthy pace during the 2014-2015 school year, mirroring the performance of the greater multifamily sector.
What Oil Prices Mean for Apartment Rent Growth in the South and the West
How sharply have these markets been hit by the drop in oil prices since the start of 2015?
How Reliable Is Office Employment for Evaluating Market Performance?
In theory, office employment growth should serve as a variable that correlates highly with office occupancy and rent trends.
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